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used in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

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to refuse to buy things (from someone) or to refuse to participate in an activity (with someone) in order to express disapproval
  • He had to do this because he lived on the pennies of the youngsters and he didn't want to be boycotted.
    Chapter 26 (26% in)

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